Prior to the broadcast, presenters may be involved in:
* Researching topics and background information for items to be featured on the programme.
* Planning and rehearsing shows;
writing, and sometimes memorising, scripts.
* Liaising with other members of the production and technical teams.
During the broadcast, presenters may be involved in:
* Introducing and hosting programmes.
* Interviewing guests in the studio, by telephone or on location;
* Reading short news, traffic, sport or weather reports.
* Providing links between programmes;
reading from a script or autocue, or improvising.
* Keeping the programme running to schedule, responding positively and quickly to problems or changes and improvising where necessary.
* Within television, keeping in contact with the director and production team in the studio gallery, via ear-piece link.
* After the broadcast, presenters may meet with the production crew to assess or review the broadcast and to plan the next broadcast.
* Preparing the following days show.
* Meeting with the programme management team daily or producer to discuss the day’s show and the content for following day.
* Pre-recording content for the following days or up to 30 days in advance.
* Attending promotional or guest appearances during the day or evening.
* Setting up callers or a caller database.
* Managing exact time commercial break play-outs.
* Talking to time.
* Managing exact time travel and news bulletins up to 3 times per hour.
* Driving all desk elements for all contributors to the show.
* Brainstorming with production team.
* Creating noteworthy events or promotional activity such as viral content.
* Have excellent presentation and performance skills
* Be able to generate original ideas, and to think creatively about how to communicate them to audiences.
* Understand how to use the voice effectively for radio.
* Be able to learn how to use a variety of recording equipment and to operate different radio studios.
* Be able to present while operating studio controls and co-ordinating a range of simultaneous technical activities.
* Be able to communicate knowledgeably and engagingly with audiences.
have excellent communication skills and be * Able to draw information from people
be able to work calmly effectively under pressure, react quickly, and meet tight deadlines.
* Have knowledge of the law, ethics and industry regulations around radio production.
* Understand when it is necessary, and how to acquire, the relevant clearances and licences, including copyright and music clearances.
* Understand the requirements of the relevant health and safety legislation and procedures.
* Have strong IT skills, including word processing and data handling - and, ideally, audio editing and image manipulation software.
* Have knowledge of the radio market, different station and programme styles, and audience demographics.
* Possessing excellent oral communication and presentation skills.
* Having the capacity to work to a rigid schedule and manage their time effectively.
* Being able to make decisions under pressure and to improvise to a high standard if necessary.
* Being up to date with current affairs and possessing research skills which can ensure accuracy of the information they are discussing on radio.
* Having a bubbly and outgoing personality which people are drawn to.
* Holding a strong work ethos and being prepared to work hard to succeed.
* Having the ability to create dynamic and original shows consistently.
* Having an easy-going sense of humour which appeals to the masses.
* Understanding media law and legislation and following it meticulously in their work.
Minimum of HND in media production, performing arts, journalism, communications studies is required with 2 years work experience.
How to Apply:
Interested individuals should send a cover letter and their resume to the HR Manager through this email address: dglobalconsult @gmail.com or to the reply box attached to the advert page.
Applicants should note that candidates who do not meet up with all the aforementioned criteria will not be contacted for the interview